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Making Music UK 3 Feb 18
North Guild of Singers is celebrating 100 years since the first women got the right to vote in Britain with an evening of from female composers Find out more
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Julie Nesrallah Mar 7
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Foundling Museum 29 Sep 18
Meet Ethel Smyth: suffragette, composer and writer, who smashed windows and boundaries to fight for women’s rights. Lucy Stevens and Elizabeth Marcus tell her story through her own words and music on 3 October
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HartfordOperaTheater 9 May 18
Dame Ethel Smyth's final work "The Prison" receives its this Friday at ! Read all about in the ! Thanks for sharing this! #classical#womeninmusic
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IDAGIO Mar 8
Happy ! Ethel Smyth rebelled against the will of her family to make it as a composer in a male-dominated world. Listen to our Essential Smyth playlist now 🎶 🎧 ->
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Michael Sadgrove 🇪🇺 31 Jul 18
’s Mass in D. Never heard it or of it. Must put this right. Feather in the cap for ⁦⁩ ⁦.⁩
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Dame Ethel Smyth 11 Jul 18
Upcoming performance of 's Mass in D this Sunday, 15 July, 7pm by Bridgend Tabernacle Choir at Bridgend Tabernacle Church, Derwen Road, Bridgend, CF31 1LH. Tickets £12. Further details:
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Making Music UK 2 Nov 18
Don't miss this! tomorrow & pre-concert talk 6.45-7.00pm on the extraordinary life of Dame (22 April 1858 – 8 May 1944), English & member of the women's movement.
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London Oriana Choir 3 Nov 18
Today's the day! Join the London Oriana Choir, and the Meridian Sinfonia for JS Bach's Magnificat and Ethel Smyth's Mass in D in the glorious setting of Southwark Cathedral. Tickets available on the door!
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Visit City of London 27 Sep 18
was a suffragette and the first female composer to become a Dame. Discover more about her in 'Ethel Smyth Grasp the Nettle' next Wednesday. Find out more >
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The suffragettes millennial rebels exhibition 22 Jan 18
The March of the women - “I feel I must fight for [my music], because I want women to turn their minds to big and difficult jobs; not just to go on hugging the shore, afraid to put out to sea.”
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Light Ladd & Emberton 10 Jun 18
Walking with women today for , pioneer suffragette, and maker of this iconic image for .
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TWWomen100 15 Jan 18
Ethel Smyth was not only a talented composer but a political activist, protesting women’s suffrage & equality; smashing windows & being imprisoned with Mrs Pankhurst. A play with music. C it!
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Royal College of Music Museum Dec 14
100 years ago, were able to for the first time. At the RCM, we remember the contribution of & Dame . A close friend of , Smyth wrote the suffrage anthem 'The March of the Women'.
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Elly Hunter Smith 🇪🇺🌈 Jul 6
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Woking Soroptimists 24 Mar 18
Members are enjoying programme of Vote for Women Centenary talks in Woking about and the Great Pilgrimage of the Suffragists organised by
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Samantha Ege Dec 30
Almost 2019! I'm looking forward to promoting more music by women composers and sharing this next part of the journey with in Singapore, Hong Kong, Arkansas and Chicago!
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Christopher Wiley 18 Jul 18
Ethel Smyth: Woking's Composer & Suffragette - A Furious Longing. Book tickets for 's new and exciting play about here:
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March of the Women Aug 28
A collection of goodies arrived this week! Included is her epic March of the Women score, Mass in D and a signed copy of The Boatswain’s Mate. Discover her suffrage & music journey
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The Daffodil Perspective 29 Nov 18
Replying to @daffodilmusic
We need to reframe history, was a major composer in the 1930s and 40s, was made a Dame in 1902, was a member of Academia Philharmonia. These women were hugely influential, well known and played frequently in their time.
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